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    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    A totally different taste to stuffed chicken! Actually, I like the 'skirlie' (oat stuffing) just baked on its own, too. :o) From "Betty Crocker's New Int'l Cookbook."

    Recipe #78151

    34 Reviews |  By winkki

    This is my husband's very favorite quick bread I make, a great holiday gift, and is my most-requested at parties, especially around the holidays. It originally came from the Betty Crocker Cookbook, but I usually omit the nuts (although I love pecans with the cranberries) and have added a glaze onto it, which really seemed to give it that extra little zing. When I serve it for parties or brunches, I slice it, then cut the slices in half top to bottom; people seem satified with the smaller pieces (though they often go back for more!) and it serves more that way. I always try to keep a bag of cranberries in the freezer for just this recipe.

    Recipe #77086

    31 Reviews |  By winkki

    I had never thought of celery as the basis of a dish until I saw this recipe in the "Betty Crocker's New Int'l Cookbook" almost 15 yrs ago. Honestly I only tried it because we were on such a tight budget that I had no other veggies in the house one night. Boy, were we surprised! We have it fairly frequently, even when we don't have the cheese on hand, and it's a great conversation piece at dinner parties because it's so unexpected, so simple, and yet so good. When I want something totally vegan, I just substitute veggie broth for the chicken bouillon.

    Recipe #78145

    10 Reviews |  By winkki

    A nice, chewy variation on rice pilaf from "Betty Crocker's New Int'l Cookbook." Easy to make and yet a bit exotic and middle-eastern.

    Recipe #78148

    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    One of our favorite ways to spice up chicken for almost 15 yrs now, and it smells sooo good while it cooks! I wouldn't normally put tomatoes and pineapple together, but it sure works in this recipe from "Betty Crocker's New Int'l Cookbook." It's not as much work as it might appear; most of the cook time is just stove-top simmering.

    Recipe #78150

    This is my absolute favorite fresh fruit cobbler/crisp. The topping is SO incredible. I recommend doubling the recipe! My mom adapted this recipe from an old Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #65002

    This is super yummy, and very easy. Very filling as well...You can add items to I'm sure to fit your own individual tastes. From Betty Crocker "Simple Summer Meals" Magazine.

    Recipe #100751

    22 Reviews |  By bert

    I found this recipe in a Betty Crocker cookbook some time ago, and have always enjoyed it, plus it's fast and easy to prepare.

    Recipe #73378

    I got this recipe from a friend who got it from a Betty Crocker cookbook. A very quick and easy mexican casserole. Great reheated as well.

    Recipe #76746

    I got this recipe off of the Betty Crocker website and had to share it here. If you like chocolate chip cookies and if you like brownies, then you'll love this tasty combination! It's extra easy because you simply use a couple of mixes. Cooking time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #106364

    Another good one adapted from Betty Crocker. My family really liked this hearty, filling casserole.

    Recipe #92905

    My dear husband, Dave's favorite gingerbread. It comes from an old Betty Crocker cookbook I got as a wedding gift in 1967.

    Recipe #64819

    5 Reviews |  By Amy020

    This is from BettyCrocker.com. Warning: you can't eat just one! I'm generally a healthy eater but polished off several of these delicious beauties before they were even cool. YUMMMMMMM!

    Recipe #101508

    2 Reviews |  By Amy020

    This is from Betty Crocker's "Easy Family Dinners." Made it this morning for breakfast and DH and 5 year old both ate it up! I substituted low fat or fat free ingredients at every opportunity (egg product, l/f cheese, l/f cream cheese, etc.) and it was a great high-protein meal!

    Recipe #101676

    These are so good! And they are pretty fast and very easy! Sort of like a brownie, sort of like a chocolate chip cookie. My son loves these. (And so do I!) From the Betty Crocker's Cookie Book.

    Recipe #84990

    I got this from Betty Crocker. Delish!

    Recipe #19062

    I have used this tried and true recipe for many years. It is from an old Betty Crocker Cookbook. A few reviewers have mentioned the onions don't cook enough. Please note that the instructions say "minced onions". It is a very small cut. If you don't intend to cut the onions that small, please do sauté them first. I have great results every time I have made this quiche using a ready from the freezer 9-inch pie crust.

    Recipe #17307

    Adapted from a 1964 Betty Crocker Cookbook (my Grandmother's). This is one of our favorites, and making rolls in the bread machine is a snap! These can be shaped almost any way you like. Great dough for making sweet rolls, also!

    Recipe #49765

    From Betty Crocker.com. Wouldn't this be perfect sided with a hearty soup?? I would keep the anchovies off, but that's a personal preference.

    Recipe #54815

    Rich buttery biscuits that are in a stick shape, making them extra fun for kids (and adults) to eat! Make a bit plateful for snacks or as a delicious bread with soup. From BettyCrocker.com

    Recipe #54817

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